Photos - Featured Slideshows

‹ prev next ›
  • Visiting the Spice Isle - 1 of 11

    Visiting the Spice Isle

    Grenada, a small island tucked in the southern Caribbean, offers rainforests, beaches, dive sites, monkeys and its newest resort, Sandals LaSource Grenada, pictured here. Photos by Gay Nagle Myers; posted March 5, 2014

  • Visiting the Spice Isle - 2 of 11

    Visiting the Spice Isle

    Private plunge pools and tranquility soaking tubs are the signature amenities in many of Sandals LaSource's 225 rooms.

  • Visiting the Spice Isle - 3 of 11

    Visiting the Spice Isle

    Poolside cabanas offer a shady retreat from Grenada's sunshine; the swim-up bar is just a few strokes away as well.

  • Visiting the Spice Isle - 4 of 11

    Visiting the Spice Isle

    Bathtubs in many shapes and sizes are a feature of the guestrooms at Sandals LaSource; this tub in a Millionaire Suite in the South Seas Village was cut from a single block of black marble.

  • Visiting the Spice Isle - 5 of 11

    Visiting the Spice Isle

    The Grenada hotel is the first Sandals property to feature Butch's Chophouse restaurant, named after Chairman and Founder Butch Stewart.

  • Visiting the Spice Isle - 6 of 11

    Visiting the Spice Isle

    When venturing off-property, Annandale Waterfalls is a favorite spot on the island for a quick dip after a hike through the rainforest.

  • Visiting the Spice Isle - 7 of 11

    Visiting the Spice Isle

    Cliff jumpers atop the waterfalls perform daring jumps several times a day into the pools at the bottom of the falls.

  • Visiting the Spice Isle - 8 of 11

    Visiting the Spice Isle

    The harbor of Grenada's capital of St. George's is one of the most picturesque in the Caribbean.

  • Visiting the Spice Isle - 9 of 11

    Visiting the Spice Isle

    Schoolgirls in uniforms crowd Market Square when classes are dismissed each day.

  • Visiting the Spice Isle - 10 of 11

    Visiting the Spice Isle

    The ladies at the market stalls sell many varieties of spices, including nutmeg, which is the leading crop on Grenada.

  • Visiting the Spice Isle - 11 of 11

    Visiting the Spice Isle

    Mona monkeys are found only on Grenada and are a protected species living in the rainforest. This one was spotted near Grand Etang National Park.

More from Featured Slideshows

Featured Slideshows

Please upgrade your Flash Player.
Please upgrade your Flash Player.

Travel Weekly Poll

Voices

  • Consumer media discover that travel agents do exist

    "Contrary to some thoughts, travel agents do exist ... We are usually able to get clients better prices, and we know we can see that clients have better experiences. And as our personal motto is: Our Service Travels With You."

    More»

TW Index: Most Active Stocks

Latest Top News:
Caribbean
Europe
Travel Weekly is on Facebook
Viewpoints For Travel Agents
Travel Weekly Topics